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| 12:21 pm on Aug 30, 2010 (gmt 0)|
Whats the best way todo image rollovers these days.
must be cross broswer compatable etc.
| 5:57 pm on Aug 30, 2010 (gmt 0)|
None of those . . . CSS. :-)
The best way I've found is to create the image as a background image on the anchor:
<a id="home-link" class="main-nav" href="/">Home</a>
background:url(/images/home-nav.gif) top left no-repeat;
The image has **both** the normal and mouseover state, with the normal at top
--- HOME ---
--- HOME --- <-- mouseover
background-position: 0 -25px;
the numbers may be incorrect, but you get the idea, play with it. The idea is to shift the background up by the height of the button.)
If all your images are the same size, you can use the class, otherwise you may need to use
| 10:01 am on Aug 31, 2010 (gmt 0)|
|None of those . . . CSS. :-) |
One little addition that I use when you have the background-position of the 'normal' state set to 'top left' you can set the hover position using keywords :
background-position: bottom left;
So you don't have to worry about setting the offset ('-25px' in this case) for the image in question.
| 8:25 pm on Aug 31, 2010 (gmt 0)|
thanks guys im going to play around with that!
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